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A little addition to my reloading table

Discussion in 'Ammo & Reloading' started by steelfingers, May 11, 2019.

  1. steelfingers

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    Put two inset T rails on my reloading bench. Sturdy as heck for my press and the same with a vise I can easily add or remove. Also gives the ability to move the press to where I want, even angled. I used JB Weld on the t rails (with wood screws) for added strength. It's solid as a rock.
    Pic one, is a close view of the t rail side. Second is the full shot of the rails. Third is the mount of the press sitting on the rails and fourth is the press.
    Table 1.jpg table 2.jpg table 3.jpg table 4.jpg
     
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    That's pretty cool!
     
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    Looks good! I'm sure you'll never have to retrieve any reloading components out of those slots.
     
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    BTW. I'm not that smart to come up with this idea on my own (except for the JB Weld). I had seen it on a guy that was putting them on his wood working bench.
     
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    I suppose a guy could cut some of this stuff various lengths and fill in the spots not in use.
    https://www.eagleamerica.com/product/v416-1524/miter_track_t-track
    Now you've got me wanting to play with some t-track!
     
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    It just made sense to me that something should exist. Google just confirmed it for me. Lmao
     
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    Just make something like this and wipe them out the sides. It’s a t slot cleaner for getting swarf out of mill tables 4EA67B24-AECF-4516-9389-CB4AF07FB8FE.png
     
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    Or just use scotch/masking/electrical/duct (or whatever) tape to cover the slots... :lookaroun
     
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    That would be too easy. I Know there is some molding material I can use (Somewhere) to form an insert. I think it will be fun to see if I can do it and I have an extra t tracks to experiment with. Or I can use tape.....Ha!
     
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